Very yummy, just a little oily- but I was expecting a few extra gyoza when they served it up. I still enjoyed it though.
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Food and service was amazing. A bit high in price but overall a great experience. The beers are delicious to.
What a pleasant surprise, and equally pleasant place! Young, friendly staff who are not at all disinclined to explain to customers who are strangers to Japanese food what the terms mean. And then the most pleasant surprise: the deliciously prepared chicken teriyaki don (= served...More
Very nice lunch. Good for us being gluten free. Even has gf soy sauce if you ask. Very friendly and relaxed atmosphere. My first gyoza ever (yes they have gf)...yummy.
Would deadset eat a hundred of them if I could afford it, the dumplings are just so moreish. Great little restaurant, looks like they're about to expand, can see why. Always popular, always good.
We really like this place. It does what it sets out to do efficiently and with a sense of humour. The food is simple and good. Gotta love a variety of gyoza.
We had a mid week night out with the family. Booking recommended. Fast friendly service. Japanese beer. Enjoyed the wide variety of fried or steamed gyoza's. 5 per serve. The pork belly and peppered chicken wings were Delish as well. Will return.
Had visited recently for lunch here recently for a generally good experience. So that made dinner here last night with north american guests so VERY disappointing. Service was rushed then absent then apologetic then random then absent again then inexplicable. How can you take an...More
Having normally had sushi for our experience of 'Japanese cuisine', this was something completely different for me.Our daughter chose it for her birthday, and we went in a group.One of the staff kept coming over to one of the tables and yelling some excited phrase,...More